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3 Chipping Tips Any Golfer Can Use

3 Chipping Tips Any Golfer Can Use 09/26/2017 It’s easy to overlook chipping when you’re working to improve your golf game. Unlike driving and putting, you’ll only have to chip a handful of times each round. Even so, a solid chipping technique can mean the difference between a bogey and a birdie.  And as most golfers are painfully aware, those bogeys can add up fast. Fortunately, a few small adjustments in your method can help you chip the ball up and down right where you want it, setting you up for an easy putt almost every time. You just...

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How to Avoid Three-Putt Holes

How to Avoid the Dreaded Three-Putt Hole 08/29/2017 Are you stuck in the three-putt rut? It’s not the least bit uncommon for golfers of all skill levels to routinely take three strokes to sink a putt they should be able to make in two. Getting past this habit takes a change in mentality and a lot of practice. I’m going to share three drills that will help you develop the skills you need to avoid that frustrating three-putt. But first, let’s make sure we’re clear on some putting fundamentals. The Fundamentals Before you can work on reducing the number...

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How to Start Consistently Making Putts

08/21/2017 The Key to Consistently Making Putts Who wouldn’t love to improve their putting? The better you are at making putts, the better your scorecard looks. Unfortunately, a lot of golfers find themselves shooting the same scores over and over again with no idea how to get off the green in fewer strokes. If you relate to this problem, I’m here to help. I am going to share with you the one key skill that you must master in order to be a better putter. I will also share three drills designed to help you practice this skill. But...

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Bushnell Excel GPS Watch Review: Video

Bushnell Excel GPS Watch Review – Wearable Technology 08/11/2017 So, you’ve been eyeing the Excel GPS Rangefinder Watch from Bushnell Golf . . . and who could blame you? This Bluetooth-capable watch does everything from measuring your clubhead speed to reporting yardages at each hole. But with a price tag of $249.99, you may be wondering if the Excel GPS Watch is a practical investment. Featured: Bushnell Pro X2 Rangefinder Review I gave the watch a test run so I could tell you what to expect from this product. In short: it blew my mind. Now, if you’re familiar...

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5 Keys to a Proper Putting Setup

08/08/2017 Having Tour Precision in putting all starts with a proper putting setup, which is why these 5 Putting Setup Keys can help you start shaving strokes. Five Keys to a Proper Putting Setup If you’re struggling to master the putt, you’re in good company. Every golfer knows what it’s like to fall too short or too long on a putt that seems like it should have been so easy. If you find yourself missing the cup time and again, it may be time to focus less on the motion of your swing and more on the strength of...

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How to Putt: Practice Drills Guaranteed to Help You Putt Better

07/19/2016 So, What is putting? Learn how to putt.  The ability to putt well can feel like the difference between making it and breaking it in the game of golf. It is, after all, where the majority of strokes are taken. That being the case, it’s very important to know how to putt–and how to putt well. Many golfers know that small variations in a putting swing can have large consequences on the course. However, there are a few things golfers can focus on to help improve the consistency of their putting, which can in turn help shave off...

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What Causes a Golf Slice? | How to Fix a Slice

06/24/2016 It is one of the most common swing mistakes. There is a lot of incorrect information out there suggesting how to fix a slice. A slice describes what happens when the flight of the golf ball curves from left to right (for the right-handed golfer—the opposite for lefties). Many golfers have looked on with disappointment, and sometimes abject horror, as their golf ball curves in the characteristic path of a slice. Paging through golf magazines or watching tutorials online frequently offer three outdated suggestions: strengthen the grip, rotate the forearms (or hands), or slightly close the club face. Unfortunately,...

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Golf and What the Best Do, That You Don’t

06/14/2016 I recently had the pleasure of doing a radio interview with my good friend and accomplished instructor Chris Foley. In addition to teaching full time, Chris hosts a weekly radio show in Minnesota where he and his guests share ideas on golf and specifically golf instruction. Now like most all my conversations with Chris, our discussion quickly led to coaching and what trends we are seeing in golf instruction. Specifically this time, our talk revolved around working with elite players and the little things that separate good golf from world-class golf. (Chris Foley on Facebook.) The topic got me...

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5 Trends In Youth Coaching I Would Change

03/08/2016 Having been involved in youth coaching for many years, I have seen some trends develop that concern me. This article will discuss those trends, which I call The Five Trends In Youth Coaching I Would Change. Fun day with @Sami_Langford21 @McKaylaPoppens @aj_herding @Swebs_97 @jkolb1017 @jacoblee035 @S_Cliffe42 #tkga #golf — Todd Kolb (@toddkolbgolf) January 24, 2016 1.Winning The first trend that I would change is the way youth coaching places too much emphasis on winning.  A win does not always indicate better and a loss does not always indicate worse.  The performance of a young athlete should be...

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Angle of Attack: A Definition of the Term You Need To Understand (VIDEO)

03/01/2016 One fundamental definition when discussing the golf swing is the ‘angle of attack.’ Though golf jargon can be filled with technical language that is difficult to dissect, ‘angle of attack’ is fairly simple: it is the angle the center of the club head (the sweet spot!) has at the moment of impact with the golf ball. There are three basic directions that golfers use to define the angle of attack. The club head can be traveling down, which is called a negative angle of attack. It can be traveling level, or neutral, which is called zero. Finally, it...

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